To make this last inference more clear a reference to the histology of nervous tissue must be made.
They have learnt a great deal of histology, and they have fancied that histology and physiology are the same things.
The histology of Brachiopods presents some peculiar and many primitive features.
The last-named monograph is much the most important that has appeared upon the histology of the Medus.
I passed by quickly, pretending not to notice lest—after all—I should be done out of my Essentials of histology.
An animal is classified in accordance with its morphology, anatomy, histology, and embryology.
Detailed studies of the histology will be reported elsewhere.
To the microscope we owe not only histology but the comparative anatomy of the lower animals.
The doctor was the person who used it most, devoting much of his time to investigations in histology.
The new doctrine of cell-formation was also taught by Leydig in his text-book of histology, published in 1857.
histology his·tol·o·gy (hĭ-stŏl'ə-jē)
The science concerned with the minute structure of tissues and organs in relation to their function. Also called microanatomy.